"One of the goals in writing [On Location in Cuba: Street Filmmaking during Times of Transition (2009)] was to explore ... the experiences of real Cubans; to cast Cubans as individuals and not as the Other, as the enemy..." Check out Prof. Stock's full interview!
In an event sponsored by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress, Prof. Regina Root presented her award-winning book Couture and Consensus: Fashion and Politics in Postcolonial Argentina (2010). Prof. Root's presentation is available: check it out!
W&M alumna Lauren Ila Jones, co-instructor of the Summer Institute in Nicaragua alongside Prof. Jonathan Arries, earns prestigious award to work at the London Paulo Freire Institute (Roehampton University, UK).
Leksa Pravdic will be an English Teaching Assistant in Serbia during 20112-2013.
Hispanic Studies students Rob Marty, Danielle Dwyer, Scott Brewington, and Paula Billingsley are finalists in the Fair Trade Fits Video Contest. Watch the video and cast your vote for them.
Clemencia Johnson recently presented her senior capstone research at the Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies (MACLAS) meeting on March 26-27, 2010.
Professor Greenia interviewed in Spanish press for his work on pilgrimage studies
The first Ethical Fashion Show at William & Mary highlights the commitment of the university and its students to sustainability.
Hispanic Studies Katharine Hibbs recently gave the following speech as part of the Phi Beta Kappa induction ceremony. Hibbs double-majored in Immigration Studies, which she designed.
Fashion journalist Victoria Lescano recently featured Hispanic Studies professor Regina Root's work in a note for Págína/12, Argentina's main newspaper.
For the complete list of inductees, please click on the headline above.
W&M faculty and students recently presented their research at this year's Mid-Atlantic Council on Latin American Studies conference at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
On Sunday, Lamar Shambley will become one of the first people in his family to earn a degree.
Students in Professor Tandeciarz's creative writing class studied a variety of poetic traditions, analyzed classic texts, and reflected on the relationship between words, identity, and activism. Check out the text and audio of their class portfolio.
William and Mary students participating in our semester study abroad program in La Plata were recently featured in the Argentine press when they visited clandestine detention centers in the city of Tandil.
Hispanic Studies faculty and students second annual poetry contest
A W&M research team explored immigration issues by walking the immigrants' trail across the Sonora/Arizona border.
A group of students journey to Spain to trace the twisted threads of the legacy of that country's tragic civil war.
On Sept. 11, 2009 Hispanic Studies seniors took a field trip to Washington, DC
We're also who made what we wear and what it's made from. (And other fashion truisms that will keep green the new black.)